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f\ PEASE 1 Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Witgren were Milaca shoppers Tuesday. David Roelofs drove up from Dan ube last Friday with a truck load of apples which he disposed of here. P. Pluimer left for Hull, Iowa, Sat urday to attend the funeral of his mother who passed away Friday. Magnus Bleed came up from Minne apolis Thursday to visit at the home of J. Bleed for a few days. Geo. Dykstra and family left for their home in Sanborn, Iowa, Saturdey, af ter having spent the past two weeks visiting here with relatives and friends. Wm. Nagel of Ogilvie was in our village Monday. Mrs. H. S. Conger, Clifford, Newton and Miss Hortense, and Mrs. Geo. Peterson of Ogilvie visited relatives here Friday. Oscar Johnson and Peter Kiel left for Minneapolis Monday on business. The Jake Toussaint family of Ogil vie were Sunday visitors at the H. G. Kiel home. Rev. Van de Luno and family mo tored to Ogilvie Monday to visit at the home of Rev. DeBruin. Jake Baas and family motored to Minneapolis, Saturday. Saturday afternoon fire was dis covered in some of the buildings in S. Adema's yard. By good work of the bucket brigade the fire was put out, and not much damage was done. Harry Toussaint visited with rela tives at Ogilvie Saturday. H. A. Hubers shipped two cars of cattle and hogs to South St. Paul on Tuesday. Last Saturday Erickson & Ander son, who are conducting the Roulet store sale, offered a prize of two dol lars to the farmer who hauled the largest load of screened potatoes that day. This prize was won by J. D. Timmer. Mr. Lindcmood of Agenta, Kansas, is visiting with relatives here this week. DISTRICT THREE Ed. Engelke and son, Marvin, Har vey Scheller and Albert Pike motored to the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gerth and family, Mrs. Rosin and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher were callers at the Geo. Gerth home Sunday. L. Brandt and family from St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schilling and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Holthus spent Sunday at the L. D. Bockoven home. Miss Bertha Neuman left for St. Paul where she has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Bulleigh were callers at the Gustafson home last Thursday evening. Schools have been closed this week on account of teachers' institute in Milaca. It gives the girls and boys a chance to pick up potatoes. Mr. Chas. Kitzman from Eagle Bend visited his sister, Mrs. Geo. Gerth last Thursday. GREENBUSH Miss Mary Degelman, who has been employed at St. Cloud for the past two years, is home for a short va cation. She is now at the home of her parents at Freer. Later she will leave for Hugo, Minn., to visit with friends before returning to St. Cloud. Edward Foley of St. Cloud spent Sunday with Miss Mary Degelman of Freer. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diedrich and family and Frank Niece and family of Millford, Iowa, are here visiting Mrs. Diedrich's and Mrs. Niece's parents, Mr and Mrs. Albrecht. Mr. and Mrs Farguson and Edna called at the O. W. Bracken home on Thursday night. A large group of young folks gath ered at the Will Stark home last Fri day to partake of a weiner and marsh- Public Sale I mallow roast. All who were there had an enjoyable time. School closed Friday night in dis trict 2 for two weeks' potato vacation. Misses Ida Mae Jones and Venita Johnson took supper at the Farguson home Friday evening. The young ladies sewing club was held at the McVicar home Saturday afternoon Last Sunday evening a group of old folks gave Mr. Thorson a birthday surprise. Ed. Anderson from Minneapolis vis ited at the Farguson home Sunday. Miss Margaret Albrecht, who is clerking at Love's grocery store, is enjoying a week's vacation. Mrs. Walk, who underwent an op eration several weeks ago, returned home on Monday. The Farguson and Shoop families took supper with Myrtle Wicktor and Mabel Talberg, at Princeton, Tuesday evening. Mabel and Myrtle are room ing town for the present. DISTRICT NO. 50 Mrs. Earl Durbin, who was formerly Bessie Anderson, called at her old home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Durbin live in Minneapolis. Mrs. Cline and daughter were callers at the home of Mrs. Court Richenberg Sunday. Mrs. Cline is Mrs. Richenberg's mother. The Sherburne county fair is held this week. Let's go. Mrs. C. L. Campbell was a caller at the John A. Johnson home Monday. We hear the Frank Patten is going to move back on his own farm the coming year. Rudolph Norberg and wife arrived from Breckenridge Monday night for a visit with his parents. Ray Bengtson has taken up his resi dence in Princeton. He has rented a part of the Henry Arnholdt property. Clover hulers are at work in this locality. They say clover is not yield ing extra well this year. The Pape boys are finishing thresh ing several stands of buckwheat and flax. It seems as though the terrible ac cidents that are occuring near here should serve as a warning to other drivers to use more caution. One more old veteraan has gone to his reward in the person of James A. Stevenson, who has been ill for quite along time. The Norberg family were callers at the Campbell home Saturday evening. MILO, ROUTE 1 On the Old Freer Place One Mile West of Princeton, on Thursday, Oct. 5 Sale to Begin at 1 P. M. Sharp The Following Property Will Then be Offered for Sale: 14 Head of High Grade Hol stein Cows and Heifers 1 Cow, fresh last Aug. 3 Heifers, fresh last Sept. 3 Cows, fresh by date of sale 2 Heifers, fresh in Jan. 1 Cow, fresh since last Jan. 2 Yearling Heifers 2 Heifer Calves 4 Doz. Brown Leghorn Hens 5 Doz. Brown Leghorn Pullets About 50 Tons of Silage can be shoveled from silo into wagon or truck 118 Shocks of Corn Fodder 6 or 8 Tons of Wild Hay 1 Stack of Cover Hay Some Lumber 1 14-Wheel Disc 1 6-Shovel Walking Cultivator 1 3-Section Harrow 1 16-in. Walking Plow 1 McCormick Mower, 5-ft. cut Miss Mary Smith has returned home from the Northwestern hospital and is able to be around with the aid of crutches. Mrs. Robert Ayers is reported to be seriously ill. Her illness is a matter of great regret to her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beden of San tiago, Calif., were calling on their old acquaintances in Milo last week. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beden of Estes Brook. Mrs. Wm. Kennedy is slowly re covering from injuries sustained when she fell down stairs over a week ago, but is still confined to her bed. Mrs. Wm. Carpenter and son and daughter, Lawrence and Geneva, for merly of Milo but now of Morris, Minn., spent a few days last week in this neighborhood, visiting freinds. They were on their way to McGrath, to see Mr. Carpenter's mother, who unfortunately met with an accident which left her paralyzed. Mrs. Mary Carlock of Foreston spent the week end at Ayers' home, being called there by the seriousness" llness of her mother. The school children are enjoying a week's vacation in the potato fields while the teachers are attending teachers' institute. Miss Stella Sederquist has returned from Minneapolis and will spend the winter at her home here. 1 McCormick Hay Rake 1 Hay Rack 1 Bob Sled 1 50-gal. Gas Barrel 1 10-Gal. Kerosene Barrel 1 Barrel of Roofing Paint 1 Dry Sprayer 1 Wheelbarrow 1 Roll of Chicken Wire 1 Hog Chute 1 Saddle 2 Bu. 1921 Seed Corn Some Soy Beans 2 Bu. Fop Corn Some Clover Seed 6 Chairs 1 Bedstead 1 Flower Stand 1 Parlor Lamp Kitchen Linoleum 1 5-Gal. Stone Jar 1 3-gal- Stone Jar Many Other Things Too Numerous to Mention, No Property Sold Except by Ow ner USUAL TERMS OF SALE PETER J. KULT, Owner G. A. EATON, Clerk W. A. DUNBAR, Auct. i &.& 4t zitt, A*"? Mrs. Andrew Kennedy returned to her home today (Tuesday), after as sisting at the Wm. Kennedy home for the past ten days. Mrs. Lena Ken nedy of Foreston is expected to come today and will remain for a time at the Kennedy home. John Aarseth is the owner of a new Ford car, purchased last week. ISLE Mrs. Mary Johnson and daughter, Miss Ruby, arrived here on Saturday evening. They have been spending a few weeks visiting relatives at Isanti. Mrs. R. C. Heath and Mrs. Wm.from Hymes entertained the Isle Civic club at the home of the latter on Wednes day afternoon. John Olson and Wm. Carlson have gone to Minneapolis to seek employ ment. Ben Oquist and family were down from Redtop on Sunday evening. J. N. Bockoven and son, Irwin, of Princeton, spent last Thursday in our village on business. Mrs. Holmquist of Alexandria spent the past week here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Geo. Haskell was shopping in Isle on Wednesday of last week. H. F. Mann of Cove was an Isle business caller last Thursday morn ing. Miss Amy Larin left on Sunday af ternoon for Minneapolis, where she will be employed the coming winter. She has been spending her summer vacation with home folks north of town. Mrs. Arthur Harms entertained the German Lutheran Ladies Aid society last Friday afternoon. Gunnard Haglund autoed up from Minneapolis on Saturday, returning on Sunday afternoon. Miss Olive Monson, who has been employed at St. Paul, is spending a few weeks with home folks. Mrs. M. J. Halla entertained the Norwegian Ladies Aid society last Friday afternoon. Perry Swedberg of Moose Lake was in town on business one day last week. Swan Nyquist and family and John E. Johnson made a trip to Mora on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Holstein of Wahkon spent Sun day afternoon with Isle friends. Otto Henschel and family of Milaca were pleasant callers in our village alst Sunday afternoon. Miss Freda Larson of Malmo spent last Sunday with Isle friends. Howard and Archie Haggberg made a trip to Minneapolis via truck last Tuesday, returning home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Steneid of Min neapolis spent a few days in Isle on business last week. Mrs. Leonard Birklund and baby ar rived here from New Brighton last week for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Monson. A number of Malmo folks were in town on Friday and Saturday even ings. Miss Alice Skoglund of Brunswick RATS DIE so do mice, once they eat RAT-SNAP. And they leave no odor behind. Don't take our word for ittry a package. Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rats pass up all food to tret RAT-SNAP. Three sizes. 35c size (1 cake) enough for pantry, kitchen or cellar. 65c size (2 cakes) for chicken house, coops, or small buildings. $1.25 size (5 cakes) enough for all farm and out-buildings, storage buildings or actory buildings. Sold and guaranteed by Evens Hardware Co. and Princeton Drug Co. uiiiu ^^^Mifiiii^^^&3'i-.^i&&2^ 5&yi. .^--d&j THE PRINCETON UNION: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1922 and Miss Astrid Holmer of Minneap olis spent last Sunday afternoon at this place. Mrs. Carl Anderson of Minneap olis has been spending the past week here visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Blaustone. Calvin Carlson, B. F. Frederickson, Otto, John and Albert Haggberg were Mora visitors last Thursday evening. Miss Rose Ritschel of Jordan is spending a few weeks here visiting Miss Laura Engler. Mrs. N. P. Burman and John E. Johnson returned home last week their trip to Plainview. Rev. Owens of Onamia held services in the pavilion on Sunday morning and evening. Eleven children were baptized. The Isle school ball team defeated the Wahkon team on the latter's dia mond Sunday afternoon. Score 8 to 22. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Magaw and Mrs. Zickrich of Wahkon attended services here last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and children returned home from Foley the first of the week. I FORESTON I Mrs. Vada Fox, who is visiting here from Fairmont, N. D., spent Mon day in Foley with relatives. Mrs. Lena Kennedy of Melrose ar rived Friday morning and will visit for some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lemay. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Panchot are spending a week in Minneapolis with their daughter, Mrs. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lynch and MACHINERY 1 Hay Fork and 90 ft. rope 1 McCormick Binder, 6 ft. 1 Splitzendorf Sprayer 1 Set Heavy Bob Sleds 1 16-in. Sulky Plow 1 16-in. Breaking Plow 1 14-in. Walking Plow 2 Walking Cultivators 1 Sulky Cultivator 1 Acme Mower 1 16-in. Disc 1 Small Farm Wagon 1 2-Seated Buggy 2 Heavy Farm Wagons 1 3-Section Drag 1 Faultless Stump Puller 1 Monarch Gas Engine, \Vz h. p. 1 Set Pump Jacks 1 Self Dump Rake 1 16-ft. Hay Rack 2 Heavy Galvanized Watering Tanks 2 Heavy Canvas Wagon Covers 1 Sharpies Cream Separator 1 Van Brunt Disc Drill 3 Sets Heavy Work Harness, like new HI A SUCCESS The first three months of our business on a cash basis has been a success beyond our expect- ations. It only proves that the buyers are availing themselves of the big saving they can make under the cash system. If you buy from us for cash, you do not have to pay for an expensive bookkeeping system or the other man's bad accounts. You will keep up with the times you will not get any more annoying dun letters you will feel more free and independent. At a cash store you will come closer to buying a dollars worth of merchandise for a dollar than at any other place in the country. Gramer Hardware Co. Auction Sale! On the Edward Thompson Farm, on the Northeast Quarter of Section 2, Spencer Brook Township, 1 Mile West of the West Point Store, 8 Miles East of Princeton and 3% Miles North of Spencer Brook, on Monday, Oct. 16 BEGINNING AT 1 P. M. SHARP The Following Property Will Then be Offered for Sale: USUAL TERMS OF SALE EDWARD THOMPSON, Owner G. A. EATON, Clerk W. A. DUNBAR, Auct. family and Hilda Bechtold of Sioux Falls, S. D., were entertained at din ner at the P. C. Lynch home Sunday. Mrs. C. M. Peterson entertained the 500 club at her home last Wednesday afternoon. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Fred C. Neumann and Mrs. F. T. P. Neumann. They will meet with Mrs. Al Studer this week. Mrs. A. R. Thorson will entertain a few of her lady friends at her home this afternoon in honor of her neice, Mrs. Fox, who is visiting here. Arthur Kerrick of Minneapolis ar rived Monday afternoon and will spend a few days here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Arthur Granum, Clara Kubik and Miss Bridget Lynch spent Mon day afternoon at the Robt. Beaver home. Thos. Joseph spent from Thursday until Saturday evening in Minneap olis on business. Those who spent Sunday at the Thos. Joseph home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chevalier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Walbridge and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Demaires and two sons, George and Leonard, all of whom are from Foley. P. H. Nelson left for Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday by auto, where he will spend a week. He will be accom panied home by Mrs. Nelson and chil dren, who have been visiting there a month. Ida Wruck spent Sunday at her home in Gilman, returning Monday morning. EAST GLENDORADO Rev. and Mrs. Spicer of Santiago, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson and Mrs. 1 Single Driving Harness Plenty of Tools too numerous to mention About 10 Cords of 16-in. Wood LIVESTOCK 2 Mares, 9 and 10 years old 1 Horse, 9 years old 1 Cow, fresh 2 Cows, coming fresh in Feb. 2 Cows, fresh in Mar. 100 Chickens About 200 Bu. of Corn 10 Tons of Clover Hay Some Barley HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Crown Piano 1 Melody Phonograph, records 1 Sideboard 3 Rocking Chairs 1 Bedroom Set 1 Dmingroom Set 2 Chiffoniers 4 Large Beds Lot of Dishes Numerous other articles jc*tafetitoi& JJL&S&SUUIHBBI ^^l^ii^i^^^ E. B. Bachelor spent Tuesday at the Denison home. Everybody is busy digging potatoes this week. Joseph Nelson of Watertown spent a couple of days of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Nel son. Miss Clara Indrehus of Foley spent Friday evening at her home here. Miss Abbie and Frank Cook were guests on Wednesday evening at the Denison home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ryberg are the proud parents of a big baby boy, born on Thursday, September 24. Mrs. E. B. Bachelor called on Mrs. Henry Ryberg on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Schwieger of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwieger and family of Milaca spent Sunday at the Peter Cook and Bache lor homes. Paul and Deborah Nelson were on "DEMAND and INSIST" on getting "REPUTATION" Service and Quality "FLOWERS, PLANTS and BULBS" also Sprays and Emblems for Funeral Dec orations through local dealers Or order direct from Duluth Floral Co. Duluth.Minn. S Telephone No. 322 ff, iff tp^f%#W THE STORE OF SERVICE Beautiful Premiums now on display at our store* With every five cent cash purchase we will give you a Couponthese Coupons cost you nothing, but by saving them it will enable you to furnish your home with this beautiful furniture. We want your trade, we appreciate your patronage, we are giving these premiums as our appreciation of your patronage. Our old customers are satisfied, our new ones will be. Give us a trial, you will be pleased and a customer pleased is a customer won. Silverware as Premiums Community silverware, 10 year guarantee, absolutely free on cash purchases. Watch This Space Every Week Farmers' Co-operative Co. Princeton, Minnesota FarmersCashMarket For Eggs, Poultry, Veal, Hides and Furs in season. We also buy Wool Notice: Open Saturday nights until 9 o'clock till further notice. Townsend Produce Co. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc Convince Yourself By Using PURITY Kerosene For sale exclusively by Princeton Oi Co. Gramer Hardware Co, Frank Pohl W*W "V'^fPl^ *f the sick list last week. Mrs. Michaelson and son, Leonard, called at the Denison home on Sun day. Henning Nelson called at the Pete Stay home Sunday. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. D. A. McRAE Dentist Office in Odd Fellows Block Princeton, Minnesota DR. NEIL A. STACEY Dentist Over Jack's Drug Store. Phone 212 Princeton, Minnesota ELVERO L. MCMILLAN Lawyer Office in Townsend Building Princeton, Minnesota I W. C. DOANE Lawyer County Attorney. I. O. O. F. Blk. Princeton, Minnesota EVAN H. PETERSON Attorney Office in Odd Fellows Block Princeton, Minnesota GEORGE PRENTICE ROSS Undertaker and State Licensed Embalmer Disinfecting a Specialty. Phone 80 Princeton, Minnesota "T ONSOR iAITPTRLORST Ness & Newton, Props. Leading Shop in Town Shower and Other Baths Leave Your Laundry With Us a PRINCETON, MINN. -%.A.